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the same point down in florida the other day. governor romney heard me say that to you can't make change just from washington. and somehow we got all excited about this. he changed his speech and said i'm going to make change from the inside. and it got me thinking, well, what kind of inside job is he talking about? [laughter] is he talking about the inside job where outsourcers are writing the tax code? is he talking about the inside job where oil companies are writing the energy plan or health insurance companies are writing the insurance plans? is he talking about the inside job where a bunch of men in washington decide women can't make their own health care decisions? because it that the inside job that he's talking about, we don't want it. we don't need it. [cheers] [applause] change is not only going to happen when ordinary americans, it has to happen when ordinary americans work together with their elected representatives to make all of our voices heard. that is how change happens. so the question then is how hard are you willing to work for a? how hard are you willing to work for
group activity. and we have broken it down by party picks are you see on the gop side almost 52% of all airings are coming from pro-romney sponsor coming from outside interest groups. next slide. if we just look at title i c. fours, and it will be much more today about disclosure, if we just look at 501(c)(4)'s, over half of the interest group ads are coming from those groups. that give you a sense of the magnitude and you were looking just at the general election period actually slightly after that, after the last time frame, april 26 through september 8. this is a list of the top spenders on the republican side. we'll have more to say next week about ad specifically where there's been, what you're spending on and what they are saying. next slide. the other thing that we're seeing this cycle, every year as it would always likes to say that this is the most negative election ever. we are using more cautious about that, in fact some of the early releases that we did in 20 is a hold on, it is exactly the same at the end of 2010 we saw an increase and 2010 was more negative than any other
get so upset about it? they are enjoying that other people are -- i will say this about ann romney. she is feisty and i love what she did, and it's so human and hope they don't keep her down too much. i did interview her two or three weeks ago and i said you seem unflappable. she has this way of talking to you. i'm not as good at this as i wish i were. her eyes are not batting around, as we do sometimes we were nervous or whatever. she's focused. and i said you seem unflappable, and she said, i'm less laughable than it was the last time around. she said i'm tough. and i think that's right. i think she's very tough. her husband has to be so controlled at all times, and so i think, she just sees herself as someone who can speak up for them. and eventually do, they will tell her to stop that i'm sure, but i love it. >> does anybody have a question? go ahead. >> hi. [inaudible] i'm wondering what you all think about -- [inaudible] thank you. about fact checking and about truth telling and truth vigilante in the famous phrase, norah and soledad both had viral moment for the pushed back.
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